|Navy Our First Line of Defense - U.S. Government|
"A Salute to the US Navy" circa 1935 featuring U.S. Navy fleet maneuvers at sea. Ships highlighted in this film are: The battleship USS California (BB-44), destroyers USS Cushing (DD-376), USS Phelps (DD-360), USS Wasmuth (DD-338), cruisers USS Salt Lake City (CA-25), aircraft carriers and torpedo planes.
Keywords: Pre WWII recruiting film
|Nazi's crush Poland - German Newsreel|
This German propaganda movie was part of a U.S. Navy archive compiled during WWII, and acquired by Periscope Film. Made at the outbreak of WWII, this film includes scenes of the German invasion of Poland, including pre-WWII shots of Danzig. It also includes Japanese attacks in China. Also features a long segment celebrating the Kriegsmarine, and featuring footage of the launch of the battleship Bismarck and the Scharnhorst...
Keywords: German propaganda film
|Now it Can Be Told: U-505 Capture - U.S. Navy|
On June 4, 1944, an American anti-submarine squadron accomplished an incredible feat, capturing the German U-boat U-505 and all hands. This film celebrates the achievement and explains how it happened. It certainly wasn't a fluke. Commander Daniel Gallery, of the USS Guadalcanal, was convinced he could surface and capture an enemy submarine, and he drilled his crews in the art of boarding. When the aircraft carrier USS Guadalcanal (CVE-60) and its destroyer escorts, USS Pillsbury (DE-133), USS P...
Keywords: U.S. Navy propaganda film